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Title of the Position:

Analyst – Strategic Procurement

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Kempton Park

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

Must have good negotiation and interpersonal skills. Buyer who has 5 years’ experience and studying towards a Diploma or Degree in procurement or logistics OR National Diploma or Degree in Logistics, Procurement, or Business related field with 2 year experience. Knowledge of airline or technical environment would be an advantage. PC literate, high level of competency in the use of Windows, MS Office packages, SAP, SRM, MEMIS. Basic Knowledge of the PFMA, BBBEE, Corporate Governance law and other statutory requirements, such as the PPPF. Good knowledge of all Supply Chain related functions and departments. Be in possession of a valid driver’s license (Code B). High level of communication (verbal and written). Must have analytical skills and technical aptitude.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the overseeing of compliance to the PFMA, Procurement Policy, BEE and other statutory requirements.
  • Assist in the collection of all project data and additional documentation from relevant business units timeously.
  • Assist in formulating cross-functional teams and assists in the development of project plans and compiling RFP/RFQ/FRT/RFI’s.
  • Assist in monitoring of the procurement of correct aircraft spares modification kits and quantities to ensure that they are procured correctly and timeously, at the best price, delivery and that all statutory requirements are met and that the means (i.e. Internet, fax etc) are used in compliance with changing statutory requirements and continuous improvements (i.e. internal/external audit recommendation, King report I and II etc).
  • Assist with the co-ordination between overseas and local suppliers for delivery of spares, modification kits and quantities thereto is done in compliance with company policy and statutory requirements and is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and effective according to the PFMA.
  • Expedite purchase orders when necessary and to monitor and cost thereof for regulatory and business management for materials on contract.
  • Assist with compiling tender shortlist and forward these to Bid Adjudication Council for approval. Prepare all relevant documentation for finalising of the process.
  • Assist with the preparation of negotiation strategy documents. Compile final contract.
  • Attend to contractual queries and maintain contracts e.g. payments, price adjustments, contract expiry/renewal, contract data updates and maintenance of the contract database.
  • Prepare supplier performance surveys, collect information from the end users and correlate. Schedule supplier feedback meetings and prepare all documentation.
  • Assist with ensuring all project data is filed and all analysis and communications are recorded on the files
  • Assist with preparation cost / totals spend analysis from contracted/selected vendors and update spends on a monthly basis.
  • Liaise with suppliers, end users and other business units on a daily basis concerning procurement contractual issues, and formulate reports.
  • Utilise all management information systems to assist in the monitoring and measurement of all material and service related costs.

 

Title of the Position:

Temp Business Analyst – 6 months

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE – African Males, PWD, Females

Location:

Johannesburg (Frequent travelling to Durban)

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To contribute to system support and functional teams by applying business analysis methodologies whilst acquiring SAP system support skills. To ensure that be involved with the development and implementation of solutions to functional areas of the SAP System meets business needs and processes.

Minimum Requirements:

M+3 (NQF Level 6) and 3 to 5 years experience. Must be in possession of a Business Analysis accreditation and/ or at least five years experience in a business analysis role. At least three years relevant experience in a SAP environment. Experience at process analysis and conducting process workshops (As-Is and To-Be processes). Knowledge of business analysis methodologies. Knowledge of project management techniques. Change Management.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Gathering and interpreting business and functional requirements to ensure that documentation meets all functional requirements.
  • Developing solutions for business requirements across ERP functional streams.
  • Documenting and updating detailed process flows, functional requirements and team/stream documentation, where necessary, to ensure that all aspects of the required functionality and implementation are met.
  • Provide a client liaison service to business/process users/owners by conducting information gathering and/or process mapping workshops.
  • Confirm the business needs of a new improved process and detailed business benefits (refine benefits), and identify impacted target audiences.
  • Identify barriers to improved process performance for these process areas together with business users.

 

Title of the Position:

Temp IMS Training Specialist – 6 months

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE – African Males, PWD, Females

Location:

Johannesburg (Frequent travelling to Durban)

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To execute training strategy, plans and processes to support organizational goals across the Company for IMS. IMS Training Specialist creates and leads the project training component.

Minimum Requirements:

Training Specialist should hold a 4 years Bachelor’s degree. 6 years’ experience in Human resources development or Learning and development qualifications as well as some Technical training certification in vendor software products. 3 years’ experience in training within a Project Management environment. Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation and scheduling computer applications.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Apply the Training strategy approach and methodology for the process training.
  • Ensuring that the interests of the Project Team and IMS are met by IMS training area.
  • Providing information to the Change Champion on the training impact and for the projects.
  • Work with the Change Champion & Senior Training Specialist to ensure that the work of the program/departments, including the scope of each project, covers the necessary aspects of the training area.
  • Assembling lesson plans, collaborating with external consultants, and analyzing class performance and attendance rates, and other training logistics.
  • Delivery of the training material.
  • Working with the project team to schedule and monitor the delivery of the training provided by IMS.
  • Responsible for the evaluation for the training sessions.
  • Develop and implement training programs.
  • Produce training materials, manuals or documentation.
  • Use audio visual aids, computers, and teaching applications.
  • Manage a training budget.
  • Organize fiscal reports and analysis.
  • Prepare feedback or reports on training groups, targets and accomplishments.
  • Coordinate with departmental managers.
  • Customize department training strategies or modules.
  • Create and maintain project plans in MS Project using established templates.

 

Title of the Position:

Temp ASP.NET MVC # Developer – 6 Months

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE – Black Males, PWD, Females

Location:

Johannesburg (Frequent travelling to Durban)

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

B Sc Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science / National Diploma in Information Technology or similar technical discipline. 5-7 years of experience developing software solutions to address business needs, applying software disciplines, 3+ years as a Senior Developer. 1 - 3 years of experience in application production support, and have a structured approach to troubleshooting issues and bug fixes. Experience in primary web development languages, methodologies, and/or architectures such as C#, .NET, ASP, IIS, MVC, HTTP, HTML5, CSS3, Knockout.js, jQUERY, JSON, Web Services, AJAX, physical, virtual- and cloud hosting platforms. Experience in SQL Server database design, stored procedure development and implementing standard data access layer framework (Entity framework).

Key Responsibilities:

  • Analyzing Business Requirements, designing, coding, testing, and supporting complex business applications.
  • Creating operational reports and executive dashboards
  • Using business and technical knowledge to recommend technological solutions that best address the business needs.
  • Designing and implementing application enhancements or new functionality, including highly-efficient user interface and back-end processing using programming tools.
  • Designing logical and physical data models.
  • Performing troubleshooting, root cause analysis, correcting process breakages, and resolving data integrity issues.
  • Writing technical documentation for the work performed.
  • Ensures that project deadlines, functional requirements, and quality specifications are satisfied.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Temp Quality Assurance Specialist – 6 months

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE – African Males, PWD, Females

Location:

Johannesburg (Frequent travelling to Durban)

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

Experience in Quality Management Software and Processes. Knowledge and experience in technical aspects of software solution being tested. Business process understanding.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Determining, negotiating and agreeing in-house quality procedures, standards and/or specifications.
  • Assessing customer requirements and ensuring that these are met.
  • Specifying quality requirements of projects with service providers.
  • Ensuring that software development processes comply with standards at both national and international level.
  • Working with operating staff to establish procedures, standards, systems and procedures.
  • Writing management/technical reports and customers’ charters.
  • Assist with determining training needs.
  • Acting as a catalyst for change and improvement in performance/quality.
  • Recording, analyzing and distributing statistical information.
  • Monitoring project performance at steering committee and workgroup levels.
  • Assisting with creating an end-to-end test plan.
  • Monitor and be instrumental in executing the test plan and managing all activities in the plan to ensure that all the objectives are met and that the solution works as expected.

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager - Governance, Assurance and Monitoring (Group Capital Integration)

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE – African females, African males & Coloured candidates would be preferable.

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose Of The Job:

Ensuring that the Capital Integration team, project teams, and relevant OD / Group and external stakeholders are aware of and following best practice for capital project / programme governance.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, a NQF level 7qualification in Accounting / Financial Management is required. A minimum of 6 years of corporate reporting experience, preferably within a large corporate entity is required. At least 6 years of experience designing and managing corporate governance is required. At least 8 years of training and change management in a complex stakeholder environment. Experience in management of risk and controls in a large organization is required. A CA (SA) qualification is preferred, alternative very strong experience in the fields of governance, risk and control.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and embed the internal control frameworks for capital project management, within the limits specified by CAPIC.
  • Work with other oversight committees (e.g. Group Planning and Monitoring, and OD equivalents) to ensure the reporting burden is minimised, reporting is consistent, and that reports allow effective decision-making.
  • Work with project teams and Business Integration Officers to ensure that the platinum standards are embedded in all capital projects.
  • Manage monthly and quarterly reporting of Capital for CAPIC, Group EXCO, Board Acquisition and Disposal Committee (BADC) including supporting the Portfolio Manager in developing portfolio-related reports.
  • Development of reporting framework to support Programme Directors for strategic projects identified – to CAPIC, EXCO and BADC where applicable. Develop integrated reports for internal and external stakeholders based on inputs from other Capital Integration team members, capital project teams, and other oversight committees, and external sources – external stakeholders include the DPE.
  • Development, embedding and continuous improvement of capital policies, processes, standards and procedures across the Company.
  • Ensure alignment and standardisation across the Company.
  • Liaise with TIA service provider to develop the internal audit plan as related to the Capital Portfolio, aligned to the Chief Audit Executive and Group Audit Committee’s (GAC) strategy.
  • Development of the post-implementation review (PIR) strategy. Implementation of the strategy and facilitate the reporting through the necessary oversight committees including CAPIC and Operating Division CEs.
  • Develop and embed Training and change management processes to ensure sustainability of the platinum standard and capital excellence processes.
  • Work with senior members of project teams, ODs, and at Group level to ensure that they understand reporting responsibilities, governance and assurance processes.
  • Manage the TIA service provider to ensure execution of audit plan in line with GAC approved plan.
  • Ownership and management of the CAPIC process – scheduling the agenda with the GCFO, management of submissions to CAPIC, formulating the CAPIC annual work plan.
  • Risk management of the Capital Portfolio and regular interaction with the Risk Department and to understand and report on relevance and appropriateness of risk mitigation strategies.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Manager – Commercial Legal Specialist

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE – PWD, African female

Location:

Johannesburg / Durban

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

Provide professional and credible legal advice and effective legal support on all corporate, concession (tender, negotiations and contracting), commercial matters and related processed (including administrative law, national ports act and competition law), management and leadership to all relevant stakeholders.

Minimum Requirements:

Essential: Law Degree or LLB with emphasis - on commercial contracting on large infrastructure projects, and / or project finance or the necessary practical and / or equivalent work experience. Preferred – in addition, a degree in economics, accounting, business, finance and preferably MBA. Preferably 10 years of successful and verifiable experience in a project finance environment, preferably the legal department of an investment bank or a private law firm acting on behalf of SOE’s or private sector investors in a project finance transaction and or equivalent demonstrable work experience – Experienced in the drafting and negotiating complex PPP/ Concession agreements, strong technical and practical experience in Project Finance and highly developed business sense. Knowledge – Maritime Law and or industry knowledge, Project of corporate finance knowledge on transactions, PPP or concession knowledge, Negotiation ability, Commercial and Contract Law including international contracts in drafting and reviewing complex agreements., Competition Law, Administrative Law, National Ports Act, Litigation procedures, Corporate Governance, Property Law and Leases, Legislation & regulations governing SOE’s.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide credible and sound legal advise and development, draft, review and comment and perform all related activity relative to commercial contracts and legal advise including but not limited.
  • Work in conjunction with various external professional advisors, including but not limited to, lawyers funders and other members of concession transaction advisory teams, to facilitate the preparation of, Term sheets, the financial aspects of Concession Agreements, implementation plans and provide the negotiation support services.
  • As a member of Legal Department, you will support the Commercial team through Greenfield and brownfield projects, and provide the required/ necessary legal support during the implementation phases of same.
  • Dealing will al issues relative thereto including supporting on all disputes emanating there from in conjunction with a cross functional team.
  • Be part of the broad Group that included Infrastructure and Engineering and Construction and Operation and Maintenance and will be called from time to time to support such projects. More specifically, you will collaborate to provide advice relating to structuring equity and financing or which may include procurement, engineering, construction, operation and maintenance and financing legal support.
  • Responsible for all legal, regulatory and related aspects of each project proposal and will pronounce on the completeness and accuracy of the same. S/he will also be responsible for recommending standard contracting provisions, proposing amendments/updates to existing templates and drafting reviewing of project agreements and compliance with regulatory requirements.

Detailed tasks will include but not limited to:

  • Manage deliverables with a team of professional at the ports to support the function of the Legal Department relative to section 56’s concessions relative to the National Ports Act and provide expertise on all other commercial contracts, leases, competition and related matters (including but not limited to).
  • Participate in the preparation of the legal documentation related to the day to day management of the various concession processes including prepare and revise, vet, draft Expressions of Interest Requests for Proposals, Public Notices contracts and other related and relevant legal documentation.
  • Provide legal advise and contribute to analysis of commercial and project legal risk issues and comment on specific contracts and agreements.
  • Provide written opinions on legal and regulatory matters related to project development.
  • Participate in the negotiations to support the Lead Negotiator on legal related issues between Authority and it’s clients/ successful tenderers.
  • Participate in transactions in connection with the Business Unit related to potential public-private partnership, project financing, investments and business development.
  • Interpret laws and other regulatory and any other documents of a legal nature, ensuring that the interests of the Company are adequately protected.
  • Provide legal advice and contribute to analysis relating to corporate governance, project legal risk and related issues.
  • Work closely with internal clients, such as finance, operations, engineers and management in order to maximize negotiation and minimize corporate and legal risk.
  • Maintain contact with all regulatory agencies to ensure the teams are kept fully advised on relevant rules/considerations and latest developments in the areas.
  • Contribute to the development of Management Information Systems in terms of developing a database of relevant legislative and regulatory material global best practice and development of standardized contractual terms and provisions and security documents.
  • Contribute to the development of section 56 Methodologies and Manage preparation of Standardized section 56 Contract provisions.
  • Engage with the Group in obtaining the necessary legal mandates to give effect to and implement changes to existing approved templates.
  • Hire and brief outside legal expertise and obtain legal opinions.
  • Perform such other tasks or project or work as assigned by the GM and EM as may become necessary.
  • Shall also provide support to management and monitoring of governance and Compliance matters, including compliance with internal governance and Compliance policies.
  • Perform high level sector jurisdiction analysis for port / terminal concessions including the related debt markets.
  • Participate in meetings among clients, counterparts and various professionals and proved support to the client in the negotiations.
  • Multi-tasks handler.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Building Manager - Johannesburg

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

Matric essential. At least 2 - 3 years’ experience in Facilities, or related management. Computer literate (excel, word and outlook). At minimum a basic knowledge of the following: Maintenance Procedures, Health & Safety. Understanding of the elements of fire compliance (hydrants / extinguishers / firefighting / alarm panels / fire drills / Manual Core Points / Smoke detection / flammable conditions). Cleaning Standards.

Important Factors:

  • Conduct daily, weekly and monthly inspections
  • Create and manage “to do list” from above mentioned inspections
  • Prioritize workload
  • Attend to student complaints and ensure turnaround times set by management are adhered to.

Key Responsibilities:

Building Management:

  • Ensure compliance of statutory Health & Safety requirements in each building.
  • Inspect and sign off completed work as to ensure standards set by management are upheld.
  • Manage cleaning team in assigned buildings (making sure that the cleaning team are cleaning the building to the standard that we require).
  • Manage lockable spaces, i.e. Storeroom, DB Boxes, etc.
  • Ensure controls during the lockouts.
  • Manage security systems for respective buildings (equipment and procedures).
  • Management of contractors assigned to complete work in the buildings. (to make sure that the work is completed to the standard required).
  • Management of monthly fixed contracts (hygiene and lift contracts) and ensure services are delivered as per contract requirements.
  • Submit various reports on areas of responsibility as required by management.

General:

  • Handle Customer complaints and/or redirect appropriately according to management requirements.
  • Make follow ups on Customer complaints where appropriate.

After hour availability:

  • Be available by phone after hours (at any hour) in case of emergency.
  • Be willing to work on certain weekends and on often after hours.

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager – Business Integration

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

The Executive Manager: Business Integration is key to effectively managing the Company’s overall capital spend. He or she will be responsible for ensuring that all capital projects relevant to more than one Operating Division are tracked and supported by the Capital Integration team.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, an Honours degree in Finance or Engineering is required. 7-10 years prior capital project support and capital reporting experience preferably within an asset - intensive sector (e.g. rail, ports, pipelines, mining, power, telecoms). At least 6 years in a Senior Management role and working in a complex stakeholder environment with multiple direct reports. Strong experience in capital projects and portfolio optimization. Experience at Executive level and on the overall portfolio management principles.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that the daily advance runs and the regular monthly runs are correctly scheduled and executed
  • Manage overall liaisons between OD teams and Capital Integration Coordinators to provide: Detailed information about how each project fits into the overall capital portfolio.
  • Support to each OD to ensure that project origination and reporting are rigorous and adhere to the appropriate processes.
  • Ongoing support for problem solving and stakeholder management to ensure that the project remains on track and continues to create value for the Company.
  • Ensuring capital projects are effectively integrated across the overall capital portfolio.
  • Provide the Portfolio Manager with a clear view of the origination pipeline and current project status.
  • Support OD teams and ensure that best practice is followed during project origination and capital reporting, including adherence to the Long Term Planning Framework and Corporate Plan.
  • Support the Portfolio Manager to provide input to CAPIC, ExCos (Group and OD), the Board, and external stakeholders (e.g. DPE) regarding the health of the overall capital portfolio, flagging risks as needed.
  • Ensure ODs and project teams understand the evolving capital portfolio, their reporting obligations and any risks/concerns related to their project or relevant interdependencies.
  • Work with ODs, project teams and other Capital Integration individuals to resolve interface issues.
  • Lead and facilitate problem solving sessions across Business Integration, within Capital Integration and with ODs and project teams as needed.
  • Work with external stakeholders including the DPE and PICC to ensure an appropriate level of transparency and risk management.
  • Communicate with Project Managers across the Group to get their feedback on the business integration processes, and build in continuous improvement initiatives.

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager – Project Factory

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

To build, run and maintain a Project Factory to support large, complex capital programmes (of up to R40bn) in robust business case development to ensure that capital mega-projects can be staffed with the right resources at the right time, that capital mega-projects are optimised for financial and social returns, business cases use an agreed source of macroeconomic data, scenario - planning inputs (e.g. for demand planning), and impact calculations and that business cases are aligned with the overall strategy and budgets. Provide single point of contact and accountability for the running of the Project Factory, interacting with CEs and GMs across the Group and CAPIC.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, a CA (SA) is required. An MBA would be an advantage. At least 8-10 years’ work experience is required. At least 5 years’ experience in an executive position is required. Prior experience in the process for delivering capital projects and in business case development. Experience leading cross-functional teams with mixed tenure and responsibilities. Experience across ODs preferable.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage the set-up and piloting of the Project Factory.
  • Manage the physical build of the Project Factory.
  • Manage the staff of the Project Factory, including seconding of full-time resources to the factory, and ensuring sufficient part-time resources and experts are available.
  • Oversee development and maintenance of the Project Factory curriculum, and supporting tools, templates and processes, to ensure that it provides the basis for robust business case development.
  • Agree metrics for calculating impact in a consistent way (e.g. ensuring that the impact of adding a locomotive to a corridor is calculated the same way in all business cases).
  • Communicate with senior internal and external stakeholders in a range of forums to discuss progress of projects in the Project Factory, risks arising and other project related topics, including regular reporting to CAPIC and BADC.
  • Manage the professional development of the Project Factory team (full and part time members and Graduates in Training).
  • Communicate with Programme Directors and programme owner’s team to get their feedback on the Project Factory, and build in continuous improvement initiatives.

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager – Project Scrubbing

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

To manage project scrubbing across capital mega-projects to help ensure that the scrubbing teams optimise financial and social value (with targeted savings of up to R50bn across the portfolio) and ensure fiscal responsibility for each project, while balancing the need to drive sustainable business outcomes from these projects.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, a CA (SA) or BSc Engineering (Civil or Mechanical) is required. An MBA would be an advantage. At least 8 -10 years’ work experience. At least 5 years’ experience in an executive position. Prior experience in the process for delivering capital projects and in Business case development. Significant prior capital project scrubbing experience, preferably within an asset-intensive sector (e.g. rail, ports, pipelines, mining, power, telecoms); Previous management experience of a large team in a fast-paced environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage - 4 scrubbing teams to ensure that: best practice in capital project scrubbing is followed.
  • Teams learn from each other; and that projects are scrubbed rigorously with high impact results on value/cost and schedule.
  • Prioritise the work of the scrubbing teams in line with the overall capital portfolio priorities.
  • Work with Business Integration Officers to ensure that scrubbing recommendations do not put other projects at risk.
  • Support Mega Team Leads in the development of portions of the business case relevant to cost, timing, or otherwise addressable in a project scrubbing context.
  • Work closely with the Portfolio Manager to ensure that project scrubbing is effective within the overall capital optimisation process.
  • Manage the professional development of the scrubbing teams, including Graduates in Training.
  • Communicate with CEs and GMs across the Group to get their feedback on the scrubbing processes, and build in continuous improvement initiatives.

 

Title of the Position:

TEMPS! TEMPS! TEMPS!

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Various

Salary:

Negotiable

Minimum Requirements:

Calling all temps with 3-4 years corporate experience. Register your CV now for exciting opportunities at blue chip companies. Matric is essential.

Key Responsibilities:

Huge Demand for Secretarial, reception, debtors, creditors, bookkeeping, payroll and customer service.